Plexo Capital is a hybrid venture capital (VC) firm investing both in emerging VC funds and in early stage companies around the world, creating a one stop shop for investors and entrepreneurs.


We serve as a conduit between entrepreneurs and VCs, acting as a scout to find the best investors for our portfolio companies, and the best companies for our investor partners.


Plexo Capital was incubated inside of GV, to scale the strategy GV successfully used to access additional deal flow.


Through one touchpoint, companies gain access to 18 venture funds, as well as all of our Limited Partners, who invest on their own.

The Plexo Capital Advantage

Our hybrid structure creates opportunities for all our partners, achieving high alpha with low beta. Plexo Capital is at the nexus of the next generation of franchise seed stage venture funds as an investor; a dozen leading early stage companies as an investor; and a blue chip list of investors in Plexo Capital including leading technology companies, Fortune 100 corporations, foundations, endowments and family offices.

Lo Toney, Managing Partner

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Lo is the Founding Managing Partner of Plexo Capital, which he incubated and spun out from GV, based on a strategy to increase access to early stage deal flow.


Prior to founding Plexo Capital, Lo was a Partner on the investing team at GV where he focused on marketplaces, mobile and consumer products.

comcast ventures

Before GV, Lo was a Partner with Comcast Ventures where he led the Catalyst Fund and worked with the main fund where he focused on mobile messaging and marketplaces.

zynga, nike, ebay

Lo worked with Zynga as GM of Zynga Poker with full P+L responsibility for Zynga’s largest franchise at that time. During his leadership, web bookings increased by over 150% with margin expansion.  Lo has also held executive roles with Nike + eBay as well as startups funded by top tier investors.

Cal and Hampton

Lo received his M.B.A. from the Haas School of Business (UC Berkeley) where he completed the Management of Technology program – a joint program with the College of Engineering. Lo received his B.S. from Hampton University in Virginia.